Alan Carr



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Alan’s unique style of humour and effortless stage presence has made him one of Britain’s most successful and treasured comedians. With sixteen series of Channel 4’s Chatty Man under his belt, Alan has won a multitude of awards including the publicly voted 2015 NTA and a prestigious BAFTA in 2013. This year sees Alan return to the airwaves on BBC Radio 2 with his summer escape show.

Alan is always in high demand both as a host and guest right across television. As well as appearing as a guest judge on Ru Paul’s Drag Race UK, Alan can be seen presenting his hit panel show There’s Something About Movies on Sky One, both of which are set to return for another series later this year. Other recent TV show highlights have seen Alan host Kylie’s Secret Night, Alan Carr’s Celebrity Replay, I Don’t Like Mondays and Alan Carr’s Happy Hour. Alan has also co-hosted four Stand Up to Cancer live fundraising events for Channel 4, as well as appearing on a Celebrity Bake Off Stand up To Cancer Special.

This year, Alan will be back on your television screens as host of ITV’s Alan Carr’s Epic Gameshow, which will see five of the nation’s all-time favourite game shows return, supersized and reinvigorated for a brand-new audience.

Alan’s 2015 tour Yap, Yap, Yap saw him perform over 150 dates across the UK and Ireland culminating in the release of his DVD. His previous tour Spexy Beast Live was a 33-date arena tour. The DVD of Alan’s 2007 stand-up show, Tooth Fairy Live, topped the HMV charts and was a Christmas 2007 top seller. He has also released two best-selling books Look Who It Is and Alanatomy. 2020 will see Alan go back on the road with his new show Not Again, Alan.

‘Sharp, sassy material with pitch perfect comic timing’

The List

‘Joyous stuff that most of us can relate to without it sounding clichéd, and it is delivered effortlessly by a comedian who owns the space he is working in so much, he could put up a flag’

The Independent

‘Bellyachingly funny’

The Sunday Telegraph


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